The much-anticipated Apple Event takes place in a few hours and we’ve got everything that you need to expect from the showcase.
How to watch Apple Event live in South Africa
The tech giant is scheduled to launch its first-ever virtual Apple Event on Tuesday 15 September 2020. In South Africa, the live broadcast is expected to kick off at 19:00.
If you have an Apple TV, you can just go to the Apple Events app to tune in (it is free for download on the App Store if you don’t have it).
Those without Apple devices can either catch the live stream on the Apple Events webpage, or tune into the broadcast below, via YouTube:
Here’s what to expect from the showcase
As reported by Tech Crunch, a lot can be expected in this year’s big reveal. Considering the colossal speed bump that knocked the world off its hinds — coronavirus (Covid-19) — we expect the tech giant to wow us with cutting edge health-conscious features of its next-gen products.
Here are the devices we expect Apple to unveil during the showcase:
Apple Watch updates
If we are to believe the rumour mill, then a brand new Apple Watch may be on the cards. The alleged Apple Watch Series 6 is expected to feature new tracking capabilities, such as oxygen saturation and enhanced sleep tracking.
New iPad Air designs on the way?
Of course, this is all hearsay, but we believe that there is a big redesign unveiling on the cards.
What about a new iPhone?
This is the question many of those tuned in will want answers to. While it has been rumoured that Apple is working on the next iPhone, no confirmation was made on whether the big reveal is happening tonight.
If anything, you can expect a peep into the future. For now, we will take the word of insiders who’ve fed the mill that there will probably be a delay in the new iPhone reveal.